I've got a file, with a diff/change, that I thought had already been checked 
into a previous commit. I want to see if this change exists in any checkin of 
that file.

Is there any way to ask for "all the checked-in versions of file X"? As far as 
I know, git only knows files by their sha hashes, and not by names -- which 
already tells me that there's probably something that I really don't understand 
about git.

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